Project Management (MSc)

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About Project Management at University of Kent

Location: Medway

Our reputation as a leading business school means we attract students from a range of backgrounds and experience, and from countries around the world. This allows you to build networks, learn from your peers, and develop an international perspective on business and management issues. You develop an understanding of relevant theories alongside the practical skills you need to work as a professional project manager, strategist or consultant. You gain skills in:

  • leadership and change management
  • project risk management
  • corporate strategy and performance measurement
  • portfolio management frameworks and methodologies
  • project management data analytics.

The programme is flexible, allowing you to gain additional experience and qualifications while studying for your MSc. You have the opportunity to undertake an industrial placement, and to work on consultancy projects. You can choose to gain six professional certificates in project management by attending a course taught by our world-class professionals. 

You become a member of the Project Management Institute UK (PMI) network, the world’s leading association for professional portfolio, programme or project managers. This gives you access to weekly talks by professional guest speakers as well as other evening networking events. You can also take part in prestigious PMI university competitions.

Please note, for the academic year 2020/2021, a January 2021 start will be available only.

Exchange partners

Kent Business School has excellent links with business schools globally, including in China, USA, Hong Kong, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden and Italy. Our wide array of exchange partners gives you the opportunity to gain international experience. Our partners are committed to enhancing their international outlook while providing excellent teaching. You will gain invaluable work experience, develop your understanding of a new culture and improve your language skills.

Our exchange partners include these top ranked institutions among others:

  • University of Technology, Sydney
  • Renmin University of China, School of Business
  • University of Hong Kong
  • Neoma Business School
  • Freie Universitat Berlin
  • University of Florence
  • IE Madrid University
  • Stockholm Business School
  • Georgetown University.
Experiential learning

Kent provides a variety of employability opportunities for you during your studies. These range from short-term company internship opportunities to voluntary work with local charities and University business societies. The central Careers and Employability Service also offers an exciting Employability Points Scheme.

In addition to this, Kent Business School’s specialised team of employability experts provides support to all our students in 1:1 meetings and via our Employability blog. You have access to all employability support for three years after graduation.

Industrial placement

Students who wish to further enhance their employability, can choose to take the programme with an additional industrial placement, which can be taken in the UK or overseas and range from an additional 12 to 50 weeks. A 50-week placement would extend the normal 12-month Master’s programme to a maximum of 24 months.

Although you are responsible for finding your own placement, the School’s dedicated placements team offers you support and advice to help you gain a suitable paid position and continues to support you throughout your placement. If you are considering this option, you should be aware that you will be required to successfully complete all your modules and that there may be additional costs in terms of visa extensions, Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) and accommodation, for example.

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Full Time UK/EU: TBC EUR | Full Time Overseas: TBC EUR | Part Time UK/EU: TBC EUR | Part Time Overseas: N/A

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